Jaguar have set their sights on the future - the Geneva Motor Show in March this year will see the full unveiling of their newest car, the electric, futuristic, Jaguar I-Pace compact SUV.
It doesn't stop there however, as 2019 will see one of Jaguar's flagship models, the XJ, get the hybrid treatment.
The 2018 Jaguar I-Pace
The headliner for the I-Pace is the battery - 310 miles on a single charge, double that of the little Nissan Leaf (155 miles). Charging time has been tackled too. According to Jaguar, the I-Pace can be fully charged from a standard charging port in just 2 hours, and that it can be charged to 80% capacity in only 90 minutes.
These statistics, if held to be true upon the release of the car, demonstrate dramatic improvements in battery life in the newest generation of electric cars - the electric battery seems to be drawing closer and closer to the internal combustion engine, for both range and power.
The SUV of the future holds two electric motors, one at the front and one at the back, combining for 395bhp and a four-wheel drive drivetrain - allowing for a 0-60mph time shorter than the majority of mainstream cars on the road, at about 4 seconds.
If that sort of speed and power doesn't thrill your inner child, wait until you hear about the interior. Three screens make the dashboard feel like something out of Iron Man. A 12-inch screen sits in direct view of the driver, with virtual dash instruments. Another 12-inch screen in the form of an infotainment system lies in the center of the dashboard. The barrage of monitors is rounded out with a 5.5-inch climate control screen.
If that still doesn't excite your inner child, the Jaguar I-Pace features a colour heads up display system that projects essential driving information onto the windscreen. Now that's cool.
The 2018 Jaguar I-Pace is to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March, and is expected to set you back somewhere between £40-50k for starting models.
The 2019 Jaguar XJ
Jaguar Land Rover aren't stopping at one electrically powered car either, as they plan to take the XJ and re-invent it. The high tech, hybrid version of one of Jaguars most popular cars, is expected to be launched at the end of 2018.
The luxury saloon car will add to Jaguar's development of electric motoring technology, as the British motoring company advance towards becoming the first to release premium electric cars (with a respectable battery range) to rival Tesla's broad category of electric cars.
And I for one am eagerly waiting in anticipation to see what Jaguar can come up with.